Eastern Michigan University is ramping up its efforts to get students and staff vaccinated against COVID-19.
It’s holding a series of vaccination clinics on campus this week in partnership with the Washtenaw County Health Department.
EMU Spokesman Geoff Larcom says they’re going to administer a total of 2,000 doses over a period of four days.
“The vaccine being administered is the one-dose Johnson and Johnson, and that means you will not need to return for a second shot,” Larcom says.
Larcom says those wishing to get vaccinated must be an EMU student or employee and will need to register ahead of time at the university’s website.
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